Volunteer & Ambassador Programs
Volunteering for the Credit Counseling Center (CCC) directly helps us provide services to more individuals and families in your community.
Volunteer opportunities include:
Do you love getting involved in the community and meeting new people? You can help by attending these types of events:
- Community events and fairs
- Other non-profit events
- Workshop support
- Booths located at partner organizations like Sam’s Club and Acme
Our office staff is always busy. Here’s some of the ways you can help:
- Administrative: Coordinating shredding events, File sorting
- Client communications: ex. Check-in calls to clients
- Marketing & PR: Building newsletter, Copywriting, etc
- Volunteer Coordination
- And more!
As an CCC Ambassador you’d support us in the business community in the following ways:
- Represent CCC along with your organization at business-centered events such as local chamber mixers
- Share your professional expertise, potentially on one of our committees
- Like/Share CCC social posts
- Promote employee financial wellness programs
CCC in the News
Unemployed in Pennsylvania? You may be eligible for free credit monitoring. Why you should use it.
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Keep Local Families in their Homes
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Katie’s Success Story: How She Graduated from the Debt Management Program
Dear Katie, Happy New Year! I have great news…. You will be graduating from the Debt Management Program and making your last payment on January 15th. Congratulations!! It has been a pleasure serving you the last few years. We wish you all the best! – Cindy, Credit...